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Old 08-26-2012, 11:00 PM   #1
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Concerned about blood work results; Recent kidney stone

I had a kidney stone on Thursday, went to the ER, and fortunately the stone passed while I was at hospital. The x-ray and sonogram showed no further kidney stones (thank God!). They took the following blood work when I got to the ER:

WBC 11.6
RBC 5.00
HGB 14.7
HCT 44.3
MCV 88.6
MCH 29.5
MCHC 33.3
RDW 15.4
PLT Count 168
MPV 8.0

Auto Diff:

ABS Neutro Count 10.1
ABS Lymph Count 0.8
ABS Mono Count 0.6
ABS EOS Count 0.0
ABS BASO Count 0.0
Gran % 87.6
Lymph % 7.0
Mono % 5.2
EOS % 0.2
BASO % 0

BMP:

Glucose 123
Sodium 142
Potassium 3.9
Chloride 108
CO2 29.0
BUN 12
Creatine 1.00
Calcium 8.9
Osmolality 283
B/C Ratio 12
Anion Gap 5
eGFR > 60


I was wondering if these results are normal? I see that my Lymph % is at 7%, well below the normal range. What is your interpretation of this report? Do I have anything to worry about? This kidney stone was my first visit to hospital, I am in otherwise good health. Any insights are very much appreciated!

Thanks so much for any insights!

 
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